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Re: bluetooth gps rx3715
I believe that your GPS receiver is blutooth enabled. I believe the output COM Port for the RX3715 is com port 6 and follow the advice in the following address. It should be the same or similar but this represents a different model and the com port they refer to is com port 8 for ipaq 3970.
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1-Your tom tom does not have the device driver needed to connect to your phone? 2- Turn off the bluetooth device the tom tom is a bluetooth device and the two of them are probably arguing the tom tom and your actual bluetooth. 3- You have to put the tom tom in discover mode and let the PHONE find the tom tom then the tom tom should find the phone, once this happens you enter the code and tell the phone that this is a trusted device. The same thing that was done with your actual bluetooth device. Hope this helps
try downloading the newest version of the software from TOMTOM's website. Download and install it first allowing it to put the necessary drivers on the computer. the software will prompt you to connect the gps after the drivers have been loaded.
repair both ...start fresh from start.....do a hard restart on the TomTom...this is located on the last menu of your tomtom...Factory reset...it will erase recent destinations and favorites....but it usually clears the tomtom....Now try to repair both the phone and the tomtom
I really don't think so. According to TomTom's support site there are 'live' versions of some of its models but there is nothing I found to do this. You can, however, by software from Garmin and other GPS software makes that allow for installing the software to your BB Storm and using the internal GPS or connecting via bluetooth to an external GPS receiver at least.
List of Compatible Phones can be found here. http://www.tomtom.com/phones/compatibility/devices.php If you had your old voyager connect, make sure when you connect the new voyager, delete the phone on your tomtom in the manage phone option and delete the tomtom from the mobile in the bluetooth/paired devices option. Then try again and get the tomtom to connect to your mobile.
From what I understand as an rx3715 owner, it can only connect with Bluetooth devices. The manual says it can connect directly to other devices that are Bluetooth enabled, and that implies that if it's not Bluetooth, it can't connect. My brother's laptop doesn't have Bluetooth and we couldn't get them to connect either.